Therapies & Services
By alex on September 10, 2004
Last September, Protein said tests showed promise for one of its drugs, called Oralgam, for the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis in children. Those tests are continuing. In its announcement today, PediaMed expressed most interest in a Protein-owned...
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By alex on August 13, 2004
People with Asperger's may be extremely smart, but they lack social skills.
Dr. Christopher LoPata of Canisius College said "they might know everything going on in baseball, but if you try to introduce a new topic, the kids can't follow...they keep coming back to baseball, that causes difficulty in social relationships."
By alex on July 29, 2004
Liam has Asperger's syndrome, a form of autism in which a child functions at a high level. He loves his teachers in school, reads incessantly and performs well in math. But making friends is hard, so he is often lonely at his Arlington school and seldom talks about his classmates, his father said.
After coming home from Take 2, Liam, who had no close friends, talked about camp and friends he had made there.
By alex on July 6, 2004
A CONTROVERSIAL autism expert is making a return to the Capital to give a lecture about the disorder.
Raun Kaufman, a United States-based international lecturer, claims he was "cured" of autism and will give a free talk at the National Museum of Scotland.